Site 1001 Manager of Sales Engineering, David Morse, will join a panel.
Those involved in the development of smart, connected buildings are at various stages of the maturity curve. Some are just moving off the starting line, while others are well into the race and are managing highly technical and complex data, application and sequence integrations. While these integrations are challenging on their own, a new layer of complications has been added with the advent of occupant experience applications vying to offer control of the building from tenant/employee/visitor mobile phones. This session will gather various stakeholders in the smart building ecosystem. Attendees will hear from Real Estate owners and operators, integrators and manufacturers who will share case studies on the most sophisticated smart building data integrations.
Site 1001 CEO, Cleve Adams, will join a panel.
We’re continually connecting more devices in buildings for the purpose of data collection and control. As the complexity of smart buildings increases, so does the need to have an organized, comprehensive, standardized way of managing all these different systems. Over time, the debate has even questioned the need for a Building Operating System. While there are data integration platforms, dashboards, analytics programs and other applications associated with smart buildings, the question remains: “What are the best options when it comes to meeting the requirements of what one would consider a holistic building operating system?” In Part One of this session, industry thought leaders will share their insights on the topic and in Part Two, we’ll follow with a product showcase of the leading solutions.
- Marc Petock, Lynxspring
- Thano Lambrinos, QuadReal
- Joe Pattenaude, Bedrock Detroit
- Charles Whiteley, ExxonMobil
- Cleve Adams, Site 1001
- Franco Castaldini, ThoughtWire